I don’t know if anybody else is playing with Google Spreadsheets a lot, but it’s driving me a bit nuts. I got into the idea of importXML, but the way it’s coming […]
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I mentioned earlier this week that the New York Times was going to open part of its archives. Since then I’ve been having fun playing through the older part of the archives. […]
Firefox Tops 400 Million Downloads. You go FF! Aerial images of North Dakota now available. New legal librarian blog. A search of specialized Google search forms: http://www.mygooglest.com/ . From the blog: AskCity […]
New database on the science and engineering labor force in the US. Yahoo buys Zimbra. Someone tries to auction off Belgium. Oh, you wacky eBayers… Lulu gets a makeover, hooks up with […]
Google has expanded its Google Docs offerings to include a new presentation feature, aka Alternative-to-PowerPoint. Y’know, I don’t mind Google emulating Microsoft Office via Web applications, but if I ever log in […]